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What is the best BBQ fuel for you?

on Nov 26, 2013

If you’re lucky enough to live in a state like Arizona, where cook out weather lasts almost all year long, a barbecue is a long term family investment. You’ll want something reliable, that isn’t an eyesore on your backyard, and most importantly a grill that evenly and efficiently cooks your food. If you’re in the market for a new grill there...

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Top 5 Fire Features to Brighten Up Your Yard

on Jun 25, 2013

Natural gas fire features are a great way to brighten up your backyard with light and decor. Here are the top 5 natural gas fire features to consider when designing your back yard: 5. Fire pit: The center of attention that blends the ruggedness of camping with the elegance of comfort. Since man first learned to make fire, it’s served as a symbol of warmth and...

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The Difference between Gas Pipe Plumbing and Traditional Plumbing

on Jan 23, 2013

Gas pipe installation is often referred to as gas pipe plumbing and, in fact, some traditional plumbers are licensed to run gas pipe. But many traditional plumbers in Phoenix, AZ, and the surrounding areas are not specifically licensed to perform gas pipeline work, and it might be necessary for you to have a fully licensed gas piping contractor. Before you select a...

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Gas Line Installation as Phoenix Economy Rebounds

on Sep 20, 2012

The economy in Phoenix, Arizona, and the surrounding areas is slowing beginning to rebound, and activity is picking up in construction of new homes and businesses as well as expansion of existing neighborhoods and business complexes. This is great news for those that need gas line piping, gas plumbing, and gas appliances. Reputable gas line companies are ready to...

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DIY Gas Line Installation in Arizona? Consider These Recommendations

on May 23, 2012

Do-It-Yourselfers love the challenges of home projects. There is satisfaction in completing needed upgrades and repairs in your own home. However, few of these projects are as genuinely fraught with danger as installing gas lines, repairing gas pipelines, or installing gas appliances for the first time. Thorough understanding and preparation are important. For the...

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The Location and Installation of Generators

on Feb 27, 2012

Once you have chosen a manufacturer and model of generator, you will next need to consider the location of the installation as well as the skills needed for installation.  Since natural gas and propane gas are excellent fuel sources for generators, you will need to plan for access to the fuel as well. Location of a Standby Generator Standby generators are roughly...

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The Best Wattage and Fuel Supplies for Home Generators

on Jan 24, 2012

There are many different types of backup generators and standby generators to choose from – both different brands and different sizes.  Choosing the right generator in Phoenix and all parts of Arizona means evaluating your specific needs for emergency power.  You will need to clearly understand your needs for wattage while also considering the best available fuel...

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The Features of Generators

on Dec 21, 2011

Backup generators and standby generators vary in features by model and manufacturer.  Determining what features are right for your home or business will help you make a smart buying decision.  Since generators can cost from $2500 to more than $10,000 (product + installation), it is important to know what you need before you shop. First, consider your needs.  Do you...

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The Difference between Standby Generators and Backup Generators

on Oct 20, 2011

In our on-going series to answer questions about generators, this article will focus on the difference between standby generators and backup generators, as well as their use and effectiveness in Arizona. Both standby generators and backup generators can be useful in a power outage and the specific needs of your home or business should be considered. Standby...

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Everything You Need to Know about Standby Generators and Backup Generators

on Sep 22, 2011

Discussions about generators can be heard more often now. Homeowners and business owners see the sensibility in the option to provide their own power when needed, free from dependence on the utility services of municipalities. At RP Gas, we have been helping Phoenix, Arizona, homeowners and business owners understand the use of standby generators and backup...

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Backup Generators are Gaining in Popularity

on Aug 25, 2011

Recent national and world events have changed the way many Americans plan for the future.  We had been a nation of people who took for granted our electric, natural gas, and water supplies.  Now we realize that the municipalities we rely on have budget and safety struggles of their own.  We discovered that the best defense is a good offense, and we realized that...

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The Beauty of Fire Glass in Fire Features

on May 24, 2011

There is a new level of art designed to give your natural gas fire a gorgeous modern flair. Fireglass, or fire glass, is specially formulated glass crystals for use in natural gas and propane gas fireplaces, fire pits, and fire features.

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Adding a Gas Pool Heater to Your Swimming Pool

on Mar 21, 2011

Swimming pools can be enjoyed year round in Arizona, and this is especially true if a gas swimming pool heater is installed. Gas pool heaters can keep the water at a comfortable swimming temperature as the air gets chilly, extending the swimming season indefinitely.

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Gas Pipe Plumbing is Different than Water or Drainage Plumbing

on May 21, 2010

Sometimes people will refer to gas pipe installation as gas pipe plumbing, which is a fair comparison. Plumbing deals with pipe connections, channeling needed resources, and legal construction standards. But there are some key differences between water/drainage plumbing and gas pipe plumbing. A licensed plumbing contractor can handle each type. But if your project is truly for natural gas or propane gas piping, then you will certainly want to contact a licensed gas piping contractor.

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Three Reasons to Convert from Electricity to Natural Gas

on Nov 23, 2009

Natural gas is available in many communities, yet some construction has not taken full advantage of this clean, efficient, cost-effective fuel source. Some businesses and homes were designed with electric heating equipment and appliances even when natural gas was available. If your property or business has natural gas available to the site you can still have the piping installed and receive the environmental benefits and lower utility bills. If natural gas is not an option at your home or place of business, then a propane tank and piping system can be installed.

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